Discussion in 'Tunisian News & Current Events' started by Gorgeous, Jan 5, 2018.
TUI travel have started promoting 3 hotels in Sousse for holidays this year.
I saw that and hundreds of comments from people saying they can’t wait to go back. Short memories.... carnage on the beach.
Only 3? In other countries there are dozens on offer especially for families !!!!!!!!!
They are being cautious. Can you even imagine what their corporate insurance has cost them, assisting innocent customers to a country where their last innocent customers were murdered in cold blood! TUI should hang their heads in shame!
Everything has gone up in price: Food, drink, internet, phones, clothes, toiletries, housing, petrol, bills etc....but clearly violence is the solution!
And how ironic that the end of that report has an advert for tourism!
I really must look into get my relaxing, stress free, peaceful holiday to Tunisia booked. It's safe, folks!
It is beyond me why anybody would risk going there: violent street riots across the country, thousands of jihadists...and rats....scamming prostitute rats!! Oh well....each to their own
and the rats still want us to come! We are not that dumb! To hell with the travel agencies!
Some are Victims will also tell us it is safe. Truth be told, when I lived there... I thought I was safe!!
It was only after I left that I really started paying attention
Keep putting it out there; your story. Many of us including me have been stopped in our tracks from having to go there to endure the nightmare you experienced. And I thank you for that....
Tis not so easy to convince victims in the Amiga stage that her man is not different....and it's painfully frustrating when it's so obvious! We'll never give up trying though
It's on the French news too, including videos. How long before military rule returns?
Really encouraging to see it on BBC news, at least people will be aware.
Those rats will be getting desperate now
This link is more descriptive of individual acts of violence:
In Sousse...they are attacking the train:
And in Ezzahra, Tunis....a five minute walk from where I lived to this Monoprix shop!
I bought all my toiletries etc in there regularly.
Tunisia shoots itself in the foot.